1218 Heights Blvd.
Houston, TX 77008
Local artist John Ross Palmer has been creating intriguing works of art for more than 15 years and sells his work in his own gallery in the Houston area. Much of his work is in his own Escapism movement and art style. Palmer, through much of his artwork and working with new and up-and-coming artists, “seeks to elevate all artists by teaching them that through hard work and ingenuity, the stereotype of the struggling artist can be forever destroyed.” Prints of his artwork are a very affordable and unique way to decorate your home or give the gift of fine art.
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
The gift shop at the world renowned Museum of Fine Arts Houston is a great place for art lovers to find something for every room in the house. Sculpture, prints, coffee table books and more grace the shelves of the store. All proceeds from the artwork sold goes back to help the museum’s programming and to help bring varied kinds of art to the people of Houston. The store will often host events to show off a specific time period or style of artwork. The wide variety means that everyone can find something in their price range to suit their tastes.
14027 Memorial Drive, Suite 374
Houston, TX 77079
Find some great and unique artwork that has been gently used and much loved by another family through an estate sale. Texas Estate Sales and Auctions hosts auctions and estate sales frequently. You’ll find great artwork and antique furnishings and decor every weekend, and different items come out each time. Additionally, this spot has pieces on sale for consignment that could be your next signature piece of artwork or decor. For something truly unique, you can’t go wrong with one of these great sales.
1502 Alabama St.
Houston, TX 77004
One of the smaller, independent museums in the Houston area, the Station Museum of Contemporary Art plays host to galleries full of interesting pieces. Houstonians who like what they see can purchase related pieces and coffee table books featuring photos of the artwork at the museum shop. For anyone who is interested in the newest styles and forms in the art world, this is the place to check out.
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